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Let me google that for you (Lmgtfy) is a website for all those people who find it more convenient to bug you with their questions rather than google it for themselves. Everything is right at your fingertips nowadays. Some people are too lazy to find the answer for their questions instead they’d ask you. Some people don’t know how to search

LMGTFY (Let Me Google That For You) is a website that creates a demonstration of how to conduct a user-specified Google search. The site was designed as a service to tech-savvy people who are frequently asked for help doing research. The purpose is to gently, if somewhat sarcastically, point out that the person who asked for help could easily search for the information themselves.

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